Question about Nikon D3000 Digital Camera
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You can't set the aperture any lower than the maximum aperture of the lens. This is engraved on the lens. It may say something like f4-6.3 or something similar meaning that f4 is the largest opening of that particular lens. If you find a 55-200mm lens capable of an opening of f1.8, it will cost more than your first car.
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